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Jubilant Manchester United fans have celebrated Robin van Persie's astonishing hat trick by bombarding an Indian IT consultant with congratulatory tweets. Despite a picture that clearly shows him to be a bespectacled middle-aged Indian man rather than the slick-haired striker, football fans have mistaken Ravi Visvesvaraya …

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WTF?

Gosh

Who'd have thought there would be more than one individual in the world with the initials "RVP"?

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Certainly not me.

Sincerely,

Richard Burton

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Re: Gosh

looks like they are now outsourcing twatterizing too

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Can't be Man Utd fans

"He has now become something of a Twitter star, with a suspiciously large number of followers from Manchester."

Hang on, all the Man U fans live in Surrey and Asia !

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He's lucky

At least they didn't also accuse him of setting off bombs in Boston.

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Also

I don't think Robin Van Persie is his real name. He changed it from Thieving Van Penis.

Note to the confused: I'm channelling an old Dick Van Dyke joke here...

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Trust a footie fan to balls it up! Not the brightest of stars in the galaxy!

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I know, right? Would you believe not a *single* tennis fan has been dumb enough to send this guy a tweet, but these football fans - they're just useless!

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Just change your Twitter handle. Not that big of a deal.

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monetise the twits

he should just start twittering pay-per-click links.

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RVP

A TLA is about the the level of comprehension of a Manchester United fan. Why do you think they call it Man Utd? Most off them probably don't even realise they support a Manchester team so it's hardly worth the effort of Mr Prassad to explain that RVP could possibly be anything other than their idol.

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